By Jess Cagle
Updated March 30, 2011 at 10:30 PM EDT
Credit: Lewis Jacobs/NBC

What a week. An exclusive interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger. A tribute to Elizabeth Taylor. Both in the same issue. Which one do you put on the cover? Ultimately we decided to give you both — a “flip” cover with Arnold on the front and Liz on the back. In Benjamin Svetkey’s Arnold story (Arnold’s first major interview since leaving the governor’s office) the action hero-turned-politican announces his new Stan Lee animated series, The Governator (no, we’re not joking), and talks about his plan to return to movies. Click here for more details. Our Liz tribute celebrates the movies and crazy life of the legend, and includes personal remembrances about her from friends and colleagues like Debbie Reynolds (Liz stole her husband, but they later reconciled), Dr. Mathilde Krim (founding chairman of amfAR), and Al Jean, the executive producer of The Simpsons, which used Taylor’s voice for baby Maggie Simpson in 1992. Our critics Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum also weigh in with her 10 must-see films. The issue is on stands Friday.